Raising interest rates could curb rising inflation in the UK – but will this help with struggles arising from the conflict in Ukraine and the cost of living crisis?
Unemployment is predicted to double and interest rates are to reach 3% in 2022, as the UK economic crisis worsens the cost of living once more.
With over six million UK users, it’s safe to say that open banking is no longer in its infancy, but how can we use it to improve customer service?
Julie Neal, director at management consultancy Vendigital, discusses why private equity firms must re-focus on optimising portfolios.
Amidst the political and economic turmoil in the UK, Paul Frainer, Director of the Institute of Economic Development (IED), issues a few timely reminders on growth and economic strategy.
The risk of a UK recession is nearing, and economic fraud could be on the rise too. To combat this, new government bills could change laws for the better.
The British pound sterling has hit an all-time low, but what does this actually mean? And how has this happened?
The British pound has fallen below the US dollar, as the Tory ‘mini budget’ enacts the biggest tax cuts seen in 50 years.
In this article, Ray Dorney from Rockford Associates Limited will show you the 3 main reasons why audit recovery software is not a complete solution.
With food and energy prices increasing exponentially, it comes as no surprise that 67% of Americans are worried about the cost of living.
Hospitals and trusts across the UK could be charged an additional £2 million per month for energy bills in the winter, due to national fuel costs surges.
For the first time this year, house prices are going down but experts believe the fall is due to holidays, not rate rises.
John Binns of BCL Solicitors discusses how financial crime can be overcome, with reference to Interpol’s Operation Pangea.
How do we generate resilient revenue during pandemics and periods of inflation? The answer lies in rethinking revenue planning and attaining the right technology.
From September 2022, there will be additional cuts to student loan interest to protect borrowers from rising inflation rates.
Only 8% of businesses are giving staff a pay rise in line with inflation and as a result, staff are leaving.
Ever wondered where the most expensive cities to live in the world are? Open Access Government looks into price comparisons of basic goods and utilities in 5 of the priciest cities around the globe.
Levelling up is stalling, as the government needs to push further initiatives to create inclusive growth for small businesses in the UK.
Average UK house prices hit record high in June, making today's average house price 65 times more expensive than in 1970.
As the wealthiest generation in Britain, the Diamond Jubilee Generation's opportunities and government policies vastly differ from generations after them.